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  • who all are still alive or revived after the final war?
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  • avijoyd said:
    who all are still alive or revived after the final war?
    Thanks 
    All the people killed or controlled by Old Man Yuan during Endwar, Three lives, all hegemons killed during the war with Sithe, all Autarchs (even Awakener and the one who tried becoming Lord of Chaos whose name i don’t remember). I nearly forgot but obviously even Yu Wei is resurrected. Reviving all these people cost a lot of power from the chaosverse but the thing is after killing Iyerre the chasverse had consumed his power which was equivalent to 100 autarchs. In the end Ning’s chaosverse still received a gain in power even after the massive number of resurrections.
  • edited March 2018
    tombec94 said:
    avijoyd said:
    spoilers on Iyerre  and his importance during the war?
    He is an omega autarch (omega exalt in Ning's chaosverse), he is also the disciple of Sithe's Lord of Chaos. He wants to become a Lord of Chaos so he invaded Ning's chaosverse, his dao is light iirc. Anyways he is stronger than Ning and all the other autarchs even with the chaosverse suppressing him, he nearly wipes them out in the final battle(Sithes menage to kill 4 autarchs iirc). His combat power comes from the fact that omega autarchs control all the eternal omega daos of their chaosverse, while their main dao reaches an higer level than an EOD. During the final battle Sithe also had other powerfull fighters (Autarch level Sourcewalkers and Autarch level strange lifeforms from the Void) but he is the strongest. 

    How does Ning catch up in power to the Iyeree guy
  • edited March 2018
    How does Ning catch up in power to the Iyeree guy
    The usual "breakthrough at the last moment in battle". 
    He masters "Dao of Great Destruction" and integrates it into his Sword Dao.
    It is some sort of a "grander" dao or something, I'm not sure.
    Mastering it and its counterpart (I don't think it was explicitly named, but like Yin to Yang, Life and Death, etc) are required to become Omega Autarch.

    And then

    Ning meditates in the Sithe Heartlands, masters that counterpart and becomes Lord of Chaos. Iyerre comes back after asking for a treasure from Sithe LoC, trying to kill Ning before he can master that dao - but he is too late, he gets destroyed and his soul eaten to fuel Ning's Chaosverse. Even that cheat-treasure he got from LoC gets looted and Ning incorporates it into his swords.


  • what is the sphere that appeared in the latest chapters?
  • avijoyd said:
    what is the sphere that appeared in the latest chapters?
    sithe siege weapon - it's trying to suck up and eat the strength of the Chaosverse. Very dangerous but also mostly a distraction. Ning's and a couple other Autarchs avatars get stuck dealing with it for a while.

    Inside is full of formations and has three Autarch-level lifeforms from outside Realmverses. Those things are extremely hard to kill and even when destroyed can regenerate from their cores (or something like that), but the cores can be captured. 
    Ning and Mogg go in, fight the beasts, capture two, but can't deal with the third one and with the weapons structure. Eventually they call in Titanos to help with his expertise in Sithe machinery and manage to break it. The break a layer, allowing third lifeform to leave (their true bodies escort it out of the realmverse), then break it some more.
    Once they finish it, the sithe leader declares the final war.


  • in which chapter is Iyeree killed?
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  • avijoyd said:
    in which chapter is Iyeree killed?
    Thanks 
    Volume 45, chapter 16. Second-to-last chapter of the whole novel.
    Volume 44 has 29 chapters if you want to calculate how long it'll take.
  • wait, so is DE in the same reality as Coiling Dragon and stellar transformations? because I really felt like Ji Ning was going to become the fourth Creator god that the others were waiting for at the end of ST
  • wait, so is DE in the same reality as Coiling Dragon and stellar transformations? because I really felt like Ji Ning was going to become the fourth Creator god that the others were waiting for at the end of ST

    No.

    That's a persistent theory/fanon, but there's no connection between Coiling Dragon/Stellar Transformations and Desolate Era save that they have the same author.
  • That would be hella cool tho. You know how when the sithe chaoslord AKA Bull dude from original land mass said. "Maybe ill never reach THAT level" ? That was in the last chapter. You never know. Maybe IET was planning something but just didnt feel satisfied with another ending.  XD
  • That would be hella cool tho. You know how when the sithe chaoslord AKA Bull dude from original land mass said. "Maybe ill never reach THAT level" ? That was in the last chapter. You never know. Maybe IET was planning something but just didnt feel satisfied with another ending.  XD


    I'm not sure if he was talking about being a Grandmist Controller, but something else.

    In one of IET's other works, Lord Xue Ying, there's something fairly interesting that happens later in cultivation.

    When someone reaches Venerable True God level, they focus their training on their own Dao. The next step, called Sovereign, have reached the point where their Dao becomes Eternal. They can then train to become Void Gods, which requires forming a set of natural laws that center on their own Dao.

    Sound familiar?

    The Void God level is further divided into three levels, Nascent Boundary, Unity Boundary, and Chaos Boundary. Nascent Boundary, like I mentioned, needs to form a set of laws based on your own Dao. The Unity Boundary level requires you to unite your law system and turn it into a complete whole, while Chaos Boundary breaks it into a chaos and creates a mini universe.

    Now, as far as I know, DE and LXY aren't related, although IIRC there is a small reference to the former in the later. This could just be IET reusing some concepts and ideas, but maybe there is a cultivation step beyond Omega Autarch. One which, like Unity Boundary, would require creating a complete and unified set of natural laws. For something like that, watching something like the rebirth of the original Landmass would probably be of immense benefit. After all, advancing would probably involve something absurd like reaching the Omega level in all Daos.
  • With overall theme of "there's always something more" in xianxia, sure there could be something higher.
    Reach the level of comprising set of Autarch daos low how he made a bunch of Hegemon daos before reaching Autarch. Re-create the uber-landmass with Omega Autarch daos, find out a vaster universe made of such landmasses, etc etc. Any sort of fanfictioning.

    But IET just concluded the novel at the level he did. 
  • Generally every xianxia's cultivation paths can be divided in steps: mortal level(cultivates qi), immortal/god level (promotes the quality of qi), essence/dao level (begins understanding the daos or essences), the next step is creating your own sets of rules/laws or creating your universe (see issth as an example).
  • I think the reason that IET stopped where he did is because Ning never wanted to be the strongest in the world. All he wanted was to keep his home safe and to revive Yu wei. Once that was possible Ning lost all drive for cultivation. 
  • matricha said:
    what chapter does Ji Ning reach the World God, Chaos Immortal, and Dao Lord level.
    but it is very far ahead in the story.. JN first will break into ancestor level, then he will have to leave 3 realms, to go to heavenly azure palace... on this journey, he will break into World God, and even farther into the story he will break into Dao Lord... vol 24 - he leaves 3 realms. vol 26 (ch 6) - world god. vol 29 (ch 16) - dao lord....
    nah, bro, you got that one wrong it's volume 27 chapter 6 is when he breaks through to become a world god
  • I think the reason that IET stopped where he did is because Ning never wanted to be the strongest in the world. All he wanted was to keep his home safe and to revive Yu wei. Once that was possible Ning lost all drive for cultivation. 
    well it is kind of contradicting though. I mean by becoming a LoC, Ji Ning gained a form of omnipotence inside his Chaosverse with an Eternal unending lifespan. So eventually, he will probably try to become strong or do something different to distract him from an eternal timeless boredom
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